22) && (\$week < 34)) || (\$week > 45))//approximately half the weeks of the year { print \$phraseOne ; } else{ print \$phraseTwo; } } function andToggler() { \$phraseOne ="& "; \$phraseTwo =" and "; // 00 -- 53 if((\$week < 3) || ((\$week > 15) && (\$week < 31)) || (\$week > 33))//approximately half the weeks of the year { print \$phraseOne ; } else{ print \$phraseTwo; } } function aTheToggler() { \$phraseOne =" a "; \$phraseTwo =" the "; // 00 -- 53 if((\$week < 20) || ((\$week > 25) && (\$week < 44)) || (\$week > 49))//approximately half the weeks of the year { print \$phraseOne ; } else{ print \$phraseTwo; } } ?>

# Multiplication

## What multplication really means

Most people can multiply two numbers.
For instance, you probably already know that 3 × 2 = 6. However,  many people who can do the problem above do not understand what the mathematical statement '3 × 2 = 6 ' actually means.
Even if you can find the answer, or product, as 6. What is the meaning of ' 3 ×2' ?
Explanation: '2 × 3' means that we have 2 sets of 3. To be more mathematically accurate, it means that we are adding three twice. In math symbols: 3 + 3 = 6 (as you can see we 2 sets of 3). Below is a picture of this multiplication:

Example Two
What about 3 × 3? What does this multiplication really mean?
3 ×3 = 9 and the meaning is that we have 3 sets of 3. Mathematically, it means we are adding 3 three times.

Example Three
Our last example will examine the product of 3 times four.
3 × 4 =12 and the meaning is that we have 3 sets of 4. Mathematically, it means we are adding 3 four times.